volume 25 no. 2
My favorite line from the coal industry flaks is their boast that the United States has enough coal reserves to power the country for another 200 or so years.
Really?, I feel like saying, only 200 years! Because according to my back-of-the-envelope calculations we’ve got, like, a billion years of wind and solar energy ready to go.
- Feedback: Letters & E-mails
- Around the World: Local News from All Over
- Temperature Gauge: Notes from a Warming World
- Spyhopping: Plant, Baby, Plant
- Earth Island Reports: Women’s Earth Alliance
- The Navajo Nation’s Green Economy
- Earth Island Reports: Center for Safe Energy
- Siberia: The Next Costa Rica?
- Earth Island Reports: International Marine Mammal Project
- And the Oscar Goes to …
- Earth Island Reports: Ultimate Civics
- Who Rules? The People vs. Corporate Power
- Earth Island Reports: Big Wildlife
- Bear Down
- Earth Island Reports: Bay Area Wilderness Training
- Camping at the Presidio
- Dispatches: No Money Down
- Global Justice Groups Say Wealthy Countries Must Pay Reparations for Climate Chaos
- Dispatches: Minefield
- A Mining Resurgence in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula Threatens the Environment and the Region’s Tourism Industry.
- Dispatches: Good Credit
- Ingrid Munro’s Microfinance Outfit in Kenya Is Helping to Move People out of Slums and into a New Green Town.
- 1,000 Words: Petroleum Planet
- Edward Burtynsky
- +/–: Need A Ride?
- +/–: Electic Cars are Still Cars
- +/–: People Want Cars, Lets Give Them Better Ones
- Conversation: Kumi Naidoo
- In Review: Sweetgrass
- by Ilisa Barbash and Lucien Castaing-Taylor
Harvard Sensory Ethnography Lab, 101 minutes
- In Review: Sustainable World Sourcebook & Plan C
- New Society Publishers, 2009, 2008
- In Review: Deep Blue Home
- by Julia Whitty
256 pages, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2010
- Voices: Emergildo Criollo
- Horrible History